The Martinsville Campus recently presented American National University’s Distinguished Community Employer Award to the Children’s Medical Center in Martinsville. Children’s Medical Center is a structured medical facility specializing in pediatrics and has been serving the Martinsville-Henry County area for over 55 years. The doctors and staff at Children's Medical Center have a mission to provide the best possible health care for children.
On June 25, director of health science education Gary Jenkins went to the medical center to present the award to Dr. David Seamon and clinical coordinator Gwendolyn Seamon, in recognition of the facility’s continued support of externship programs and employment opportunities for ANU graduates. “We are happy to have American National University students at our site – they do very well on their clinical rotations, and we hired several externs when they finished,” shared Ms. Seamon.
“We were happy to provide a unique clinical experience the students could not get at other sites, and we are pleased with the community relationship formed with the University,” added Dr. Seamon.
Children’s Medical Center has hired five ANU medical assisting graduates and continues to accept externs with the potential for hire as positions are available.
The Martinsville Campus’s director of health science education Gary Jenkins, RN, (center) presents the Distinguished Community Employer Award to Children’s Medical Center clinical coordinator Gwendolyn Seamon (left) and Dr. David Seamon (right).
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